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Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by SundownRider, Dec 1, 2012.

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  1. SundownRider

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    Bowling pin matches
     
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    Why would anyone want one of these?
    Because overkill is highly underrated
     
  4. DammitBoy

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    Boat anchor
     
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    If I ever end up wearing an eye patch an live in a secret volcano layer.... I'de imagIne I would carry a gun like that.
     
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    Im calling shenanigans. The slide is one piece and so is the trigger. Firing two bullets with one trigger pull is a no go. Looks like its being advertised by the same people that brought you this gem, kel-tec-p333AT.png
     
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    It's a useful gun. You can test your tendonitis while you "defend yourself" at the same time.
     
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    Does it come in .22 caliber too?
     
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    One shot double-tap. It's a .90 ACP. A 460 grain, fresh can of whoopass.
    I'd like to have one, but the grip reminds me of Para Ordnance grips, which don't fit my hands at all.
     
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    Trouser Dropper

    If one needed a reason to drop trousers in a hurry (men's room?), that would make doubly-sure to do it in half the time. Loosen gun belt, and keep your toes out of the way. :neener:
     
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    You could use it to beat JMB back dead when he rises from the grave to kill the makers of this atrocious hunk of steel.
     
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    It would make my wife twice as mad about my new gun purchase?

    J.
     
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    No, they're real

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vFdsiFgT8H8
     
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    That's why this monstrosity has two triggers...
     
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    So there are two triggers but the hammer is one piece? The hammer doesnt drop unless you pull both triggers?
     
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    Stupid question, but if it fires more than one round with a single pull of the trigger, why is it not classified as a machinegun?
     
  17. smalls

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    Because it doesn't fire more than one round per trigger pull.

    It has 2 triggers.
     
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    What will it be used for? It will have starring roles in a couple of action flicks, perhaps B grade, enjoy a cult following, and fade from the scene in about 5 years.
     
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    An expensive paper weight, or a good example of nonsense carried to far.
     
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    Chuck Norris CCW. Other than that, certain "wannabes" with size issues.
     
  21. TAKtical

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    Chuck Norris ccw? I thought he carried a serbu shorty? Maybe he would carry it as a BUG.
     
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    Chuck Norris needs a CCW? Can't he just round-house kick the ground and create a shockwave of death (akin to the shotgun myth) that takes out all incoming bad guys?

    As to the OPs question, I don't think it has a purpose. But if we only built things that had a purpose, I'd have had a lot less fun with Legos as a kid.
     
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    It would make a good hammer..........

    If there was one trigger and it alternated which side shot, I could se it being fun, but it would have no advantage over a double stack ,45 and would be much harder to shoot accurately.

    Novelty, nothing more
     
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    I really can't comment on that... I see absolutely no use, and it looks pretty stupid. :scrutiny: :confused: :barf:
     
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